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  • Wild Kestrel Landing by KBan

    A beautiful capture, congratulations Smile
    • 31 Jul 2019 11:21AM
  • Lucky escape by geoffrey baker

    There's a waist high concrete wall between them and the sea so even though they would have been covered by some waves they wouldn't have been washed into the sea, it's the ultimate storm experience I guess.
    The Lifeboat station is right behind them and some of their staff were out there too I'd imagine.
    • 26 Feb 2018 3:50PM
  • Storm Brian by geoffrey baker

    Thanks everyone Smile
    I reckon the only way you'll see that Aeros is if you add a surfer in Photoshop Wink
    • 25 Oct 2017 8:40PM
  • Facing West by BIGRY1

    Beautiful Smile
    • 25 Oct 2017 10:09AM
  • Pushing his weight. by proberts

    Brilliant!, bet this would look great as one of your prints Smile
    • 24 Oct 2017 5:18PM
  • Brian. by proberts

    Lovely shot Andrew, glad you enjoyed seeing the storm Smile

    • 24 Oct 2017 5:15PM
  • Storm Watchers by geoffrey baker

    They were soaked, I'm envious though, it must have been wonderful to experience a storm from within like that Smile
    • 24 Oct 2017 1:58PM
  • Posted on: ePHOTOzine Christmas Prize Draw 2019 Winners Announced

    Wow! I've won a Wacom Intuos Pro Small pen tablet, perfect timing as my old Wacom Bamboo has been playing up.
    Thanks to the team for organising these prize draws Smile
    • 15 Jan 2020 1:26PM
  • Posted on: ePHOTOzine Wins Major Trade Award

    Well done, I'm not surprised, a lot of work and effort goes into running this site, nice to see you guys rewarded. Smile

    • 20 Nov 2013 12:29PM
  • Posted on: Free e2 For A Month For All ePHOTOzine Members!

    Thank you very much.
    Merry Christmas to everyone at Ephotozine.
    • 25 Dec 2012 1:11AM
  • Posted on: Two new cameras for the Sony Alpha range

    Yeah, they're painfully slow aren't they?, Sony seem to be concentrating on beginners a lot, there's a whopping big gap in their range, and has been for a while.

    An A700 with live-view and a spec to match the Canon 7D or Nikon D300 is badly needed, or an A900 full frame with live-view, so that we wildlife togs can crop without losing too much quality.

    • 10 Jun 2010 11:14AM
  • Posted on: New Nikkor super telephoto zoom lens

    Yeah, no doubt it's a fantastic lens but it is possible to buy a new car for less than the price of this lens.

    When you think of all the materials and labour that goes into making a car, it does seem crazy that a camera lens, which is tiny in comparison, costs more to make?, I just can't see that personally.

    It's all getting a bit silly if you ask me and the more people that are willing to pay these high prices, the worse it's going to get for all of us.

    I'd love to see what the profit margin is regarding these top end lenses.

    • 27 Apr 2010 12:50PM
  • Posted on: Responsive new DSLR cameras from Sony

    Well done Sony, some nice features in these cameras.
    Still not quite what I've been waiting for as an upgrade for my A350 though but you're getting there slowly.

    The lower end of the market is sorted now as is the top end with the full frame models, now all that's left is the one I want to see, the A700 replacement and after reading the specifications on these intermediate cameras I'm very hopeful that the A750? will be a stunner.

    Interesting times ahead I reckon Smile

    • 29 Aug 2009 10:46AM
  • Posted on: Fully-featured shooting made fun for everyone

    Well, ok, all Sony has done here is to widen their foundations so let's hope that they start laying some bricks soon.

    Granted the A900 is a great piece of kit but it doesn't have live-view and being a spectacle-wearer (vari-focals) I never thought I'd say this but I find it really useful for low-down landscape and macro work.

    It's time Sony brought out an A700 replacement with low noise at higher ISOs, a decent frame rate, live-view and an optical spirit level like Nikon has, in fact, a Nikon D300 with a Sony mount would do me just fine lol, so come on Sony, show em what you can do Smile
    • 19 May 2009 5:52PM
  • Posted on: World's first for ePHOTOzine

    Congratulations, now that the count is being done properly you can throw that old abacus away Pete Wink
    • 4 Oct 2007 5:50PM
  • Posted on: The A700 is here

    Looks like a brilliant camera, looking forward to seeing it tested against the opposition.

    ISO 50 and "live view" would've been great for landscapes though, I wear vari-focals and can't see through my viewfinder when my camera is low to the ground, but hey, can't have everything I suppose.

    Well done Sony.

    • 6 Sep 2007 10:02PM

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  • Posted on cheesey's profile

    Some beautiful photos in your portfolio Andrew, keep up the good work.
    Well done.
    • 18 Dec 2007 11:14PM
  • Posted on stevebutler's profile

    Congratulations on a great portfolio Steve, I seem to like every photo, your standard is very high.
    Well done.
    • 11 Nov 2007 9:23PM
  • Posted on pierre's profile

    Hi Pete, you've got some great photos in here, I recognise a lot of them and notice that I've already clicked on quite a few, we seem to like the same type of photos, keep up the great work.
    • 11 Apr 2006 12:23PM
  • Posted on proberts's profile

    What a fantastic portfolio you have here Andrew, surely one of the best on the site.
    Thankyou for the invaluable inspiration and advice you've given me, you've set a very high standard for the rest of us to aim for.
    • 22 Feb 2006 1:39PM
  • Posted on jules41's profile

    Congratulations on a fantastic portfolio Julie, the inspiration I've had from viewing your work is incredible and has helped me immensly.
    You've developed a style of your own which is no easy task.
    Keep em coming.
    • 22 Feb 2006 1:28PM
  • Posted on VintageRed's profile

    Hi Nick, just had a look through your portfolio, some great shots in there, excellent work, keep em coming.
    • 17 May 2006 2:31PM
  • Posted on dazzaman's profile

    Just had a look through your portfolio Darren, congratulations, there's some really lovely shots in there, we must have similar tastes in photography cos I found myself liking almost every one of your photos, very inspiring stuff.
    Well done.
    • 10 Apr 2007 12:45AM

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